It's nice to be able to use someone else's numbers but I wouldn't trust them. It shouldn't take too much effort to calibrate and it will probably lend itself to a more "hands on" understanding of how your stuff works. Just my 2 cents.
One thing you'll want to be careful of is assuming what a field is really asking for or telling you. One that just bit me after many uses is the "final temp" on the separation (sparge) function. Here I thought it was the equilized temp of the grist in the MLT after the infusion but it's really the final temp of the runoff in your collection vessel. That's also a useful number, but not as important to me. It accounts for the heat parameters of the collection vessel so the number is going to be lower than the grist temp. There are tricks and workarounds for just about everything you'd want to do but I was hoping it was more intuitively indicated within the program.
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